Friday, 20 May 2022 10:57 GMT

Epson launches dye-sub charity shop

Epson has linked up with its charity partner The Human Milk Foundation (HMF) to launch a new online store to help raise vital funds for the charitable organisation.

The shop will sell gifts created using Epson’s dye-sublimated printers, including Epson’s 44” SureColor SC-F6300 and the 24” SureColor SCF500.

Mugs and tote bags will be supplied by print-on-demand platform Prodigi, which prints onto sustainably sourced fabrics and materials.

The HMF provides donor human milk to sick premature babies in hospital neonatal intensive care units and to families at home such as mums with cancer and other conditions through the Hearts Milk Bank.
Dr Natalie Shenker, co-founder of the HMF, comments: “We’re delighted to launch the HMF online shop in partnership with our charity partner Epson, using their sustainable printing technology to create these beautiful gifts which will raise vital funds to enable us expand our service and help more babies. 

“The designs also raise awareness of the science of human milk and our work in supporting milk donors, including the very special mums who choose to donate their milk following bereavement.”

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